We are heading to the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition
The Leitrim Observer will be reporting at the RDS for the 54th BT Young Scientist and Technology Exhibition from Wednesday, January 10 to Saturday, January 13.
We will soak up the abundance of innovation, unique ideas and creative thinking from over 1,000 young minds who will exhibit 550 projects in the hope of lifting a coveted trophy.
Around 50,000 people will pass through the doors of the RDS during the exhibition to get a flavour of the exciting, intriguing and mind-bending projects.
Six Leitrim projects have made the grade with students from Ballinamore Community School, St Clare's Comprehensive, Manorhamilon and Mohill Community College taking part.
Their projects span concepts from women's football, Leitrim boglands, silica in sandblasted demin fabric, students learning experience and fractures in patients.
Leading communications and IT Services Company, BT, is also delighted to announce a host of new acts, shows and speakers that will be performing at this year’s Exhibition for the first time, including Ministry of Science UK, a live Q&A with astronaut in training, Norah Patten and keynote address at BT Mindshare from the ‘world’s most famous hacker’, Kevin Mitnick.
Shows returning by popular demand include mentalist David Meade, The Real Science of the Circus, 3D Space Journey and the incredibly popular World of Robots, making for a mesmerising visual spectacle for young and old.
Hosted by TG4’s Roisin Ni Thomáin and broadcaster Aidan Power, the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition is the largest event of its kind in Europe and one of the largest school science fairs in the world.
With four packed exhibition halls and a Big Top all full of exciting things to see and do, the BT Young Scientist & Technology Exhibition has something to stimulate the minds of all generations.
The Leitrim Observer will bring you reports, videos and interviews from the RDS as the battle to become the overall winner reaches its climax.
Join us at www.leitrimobserver.ie from Wednesday, January 10 until Saturday, January 13.
If you have a story for us, sports news, an event happening in your area, or if you want to submit pictures or videos, contact the Leitrim Observer team via email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or through our Facebook.
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